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Old 11-17-2012, 01:28 PM   #58
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Originally Posted by Dan Lobb View Post
But he appeared to accept "Gonzales", even in his own autobiography. How did he sign his cheques?
Just like Johan Cruijff excepted "Cruyff". Gonzales is anglicised, Gonzalez is the Spanish language version of his name. He accepted Gonzales and Gonzalez, as well as Richard and Ricardo. I'm not sure what he thought of the nickname Pancho, though. I've even heard rumours that he disliked the Pancho nickname.
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